Eminem Offers Limited Edition Autographed 'Revival' Bundles for $500
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The collector's bundles include the digital and physical album of 'Revival', a steel print of the lyrics from 'Walk on Water' and black dog tags.

AceShowbiz - Days before releasing his eagerly-awaited album "Revival", Eminem has given fans the opportunity to pre-order the set. Furthermore, the Detroit rapper has announced a limited edition autographed collector's bundles which fans can purchase for $500.

The limited edition bundles include the digital and physical album of "Revival", a steel print of the lyrics from "Walk on Water", which is signed and hand-written by Em, and black dog tags. Additionally, fans may be able to choose between a black T-shirt or hoodie with a graphic featuring Em taking aim at his detractors.

Em collaborated with Detroit-based fine art publishing company 1xRUN to produce the elaborate merchandise bundles. Non-music products are expected to ship along with the physical album in January 2018. Fans can pre-order the bundles via Em's official website.

Em's "Revival" is set to hit the stores on Friday, December 15. Ahead of the release, Em, whose real name is Marshall Bruce Mathers III, unleashed two singles off the set. They are "Walk on Water" featuring Beyonce Knowles and "Untouchable". While the Bey-assisted track shows the rapper's vulnerability, "Untouchable" deals with political issue in the U.S. Both songs are produced by Denaun Porter.

It has also been known that the "Rap God" hitmaker taps a slew of popular musicians to be featured on the upcoming effort. Along with Bey, Ed Sheeran and Pink are confirmed to take part in the star-studded project. The 42-year-old rapper also nabs Alicia Keys for "Like Home" and Kehlani for "Nowhere Fast". Rookie artist Phresher is the only rapper that is featured on the effort. He collaborates with Em on track "Chloraseptic".

"I've been working on it for over a year," Em said of the album during an interview with Elton John. "You know how it is -- you make songs, and as you make the new ones, the old ones get old and you threw them out. The album is a reflection of where I'm right now, but I also feel like what I tried to do was diversity. I've tried to make a little something of everyone."

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